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Wisconsin Weather Summary
National Weather Service Milwaukee/Sullivan WI
429 AM CDT Sat Apr 29 2017


There was some sunshine Friday morning, before clouds moved in by
afternoon, as rain arrived from the south. The rain was confined
to southern portions of the state through the afternoon hours.
Winds were generally light across Wisconsin through the day.

High temperatures ranged from the lower to middle 40s in north
central Wisconsin, to the lower to middle 50s in southeast


Rain showers moved out of southern Wisconsin during the evening
hours, with some low clouds lingering after midnight. The rest of
the state saw clouds generally dissipate during the evening, with
more clouds moving northeast into the area after midnight.

Cool temperatures continued across the state. Temperatures so far
ranged from the upper 20s in far northern Wisconsin, to the
middle 40s in far southern Wisconsin.


High pressure will bring quiet weather to northern Wisconsin, with
rain moving into southern Wisconsin and northern Illinois this

Several rounds of moderate to heavy rainfall are forecast to move
northeastward through southern and east central Wisconsin tonight
into Sunday night, as low pressure moves toward the region.

Rainfall amounts of 1.50 to 3.50 inches are possible in southern
Wisconsin and northern Illinois, with lower amounts to the north.
This will result in area rivers rising, some to minor flood
stage. Cool temperatures will linger.

Showers will linger Monday into Monday night, as low pressure
moves across the region. Some light snow may mix in across
northern Wisconsin Monday into Tuesday at times. Brisk and cool
conditions are expected during this period.

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